Drivers impacted by recent construction along Alton Road on Miami Beach will get some traffic relief earlier than expected.
The Alton Road construction project, expected to be done in 2014, can be quite the headache for business owners, visitors and residents alike—but Miami Beach is hoping a free trolley service will help.
For anyone who drives on south beach Alton road will be partly closed for nearly a year.
Live, work or visit Miami Beach often? You may want to consider that—for the next 10 months or so—Alton Road will be partially closed.
It’s a day of clean-up and pipe replacement after a night of sloshing through flood waters from a water main break on 10th and Alton Road Wednesday.
A water main break on Alton Road didn’t help rush hour traffic Wednesday evening–and also left some customers without water for a few hours. Now, a precautionary boil water advisory is in effect.
Since July 16th, the Alton Road flyover bridge has been closed for construction forcing drivers on the MacArthur Causeway wanting to go northbound on Alton to seek alternate route. A few days short of the anticipated month-long completion date, the flyover bridge is now open.
For almost a month, Miami Beach residents and visitors may have been inconvenienced due to construction that closed the Alton Road flyover. But according to Florida Department of Transportation, the flyover is set to reopen Tuesday night.
Traffic is no longer flowing on the Alton Road flyover now that construction shut it down on Tuesday.
Traffic was still flowing on the Alton Road flyover Monday after weather delayed the month-long closure if the heavily traveled road.